Student organizations and clubs provide students opportunities to develop their interests in a variety of areas. New student organizations and clubs may be proposed at any time. Refer to the Student Organization and Club Handbook for brief descriptions of the organizations and clubs and for more information regarding the application process for starting a new organization or club. The Student Organization and Club Handbook is available online at the Student Life web site at www.mccneb.edu/studentlife/organizations.asp.
Students can obtain a current listing of clubs and organizations via the Student Life web site listed above.
Tau Upsilon Alpha (human services)
Kappa Beta Delta (business)
Phi Theta Kappa (scholarship)
Student Advisory Council – One student representative is elected from each campus/center to serve on the Council. The council meets monthly to discuss student life, leadership and government.
Student Ex Officio –The Student Ex Officio is an elected student representative from the Student Advisory Council who serves on the Board of Governors and informs the Board of student activities and interests. To learn more contact your campus dean.
UNO Intramurals and Outdoor Venture Center --MCC students may participate in recreational opportunities at the University of Nebraska–Omaha
Campus Recreation. Students may choose from a variety of intramural sports such as flag football, soccer, volleyball, basketball and more. Students interested in participating in UNO intramurals may visit any MCC Student Services Office to register and pay a $10 fee that allows them to participate in all UNO intramurals offered per UNO semester. Students then must mail their registration form and receipt to UNO. An MCC student ID is required for participating in UNO intramurals.
Students may also participate in UNO’s Outdoor Venture Center programs such as hiking, canoe trips and outdoor workshops. Cost per activity varies. UNO Campus Recreation staff visit the MCC campuses throughout the year to answer questions and sign up participants.
p>Great Plains Theatre Conference – The Great Plains Theatre Conference strives to create an educational experience for playwrights, actors, directors, students and theatre enthusiasts from the College, the local community and beyond. Held around the end of May each year, the conference includes several days of staged readings and critiques of new plays; panels, workshops and master classes on theatre-related topics; performances; and opportunities to interact with developing and established theatre professionals.
To learn more, call (402) 457-2481, visit www.mccneb.edu/theatreconference or email email@example.com.